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Looks better than "nothing special" if you ask me.  The gore on the axe is a particularly nice touch.

Well thanks. It's Pebeo Vitrail #21 Glossy Rose. It is actually an experiment since I don't know if it reacts to Bones Plastic. I'm concerned the chems might be volatile since it since it takes (listed on bottle) 8 hours to dry.

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